It all started when…

Lindsay grew up in Seaford, Virginia, later relocating to Danville, Virginia. She started singing at age 4, making her solo debut at her grandmother’s church in Danville. Growing up, Lindsay performed anywhere she could get ahold of a microphone, to include church, school, festivals and also singing the National Anthem at Virginia International Raceway, Langley Speedway, South Boston Speedway, and Martinsville Speedway.

After winning a local competition in the Colgate Country Showdown, Lindsay earned a spot in the state competition in 2008, providing the opportunity to perform at the Virginia State Fair. In 2009, Lindsay was voted the winner of “Kroger Idle,” which provided her the opportunity to perform the National Anthem before the NASCAR Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway, which was aired nationally on the Speed Channel. That same year, Lindsay was crowned “Miss Danville-Pittsylvania County,” later competing for the title of Miss Virginia. She earned a spot in the top 11 semi-finals, allowing her to perform her talent on live, state-wide television.

In the summer of 2010, Lindsay was selected to appear on a new variety show called “Fast Track to Fame.” She flew to Dallas, TX to film the show that would later air on the Speed Channel. From 2009-2011, Lindsay was part of the band “Backstreet” in Danville, VA. By fall of 2011, Lindsay knew she needed to follow her dreams to Nashville and pursue a career in music.

For the last seven years, Lindsay was part of a popular Nashville duo, Smoke ‘n Guns, traveling across the US playing at venues in Alabama, Virginia, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, and more. The duo had the privilege to open for many national acts, such as Dustin Lynch, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Wills, Danielle Bradbury, and Diamond Rio.

Now, as a solo country artist, Lindsay is continuing to perform in Nashville and across the US sharing her love of country music - old and new. She is currently writing and recording for her upcoming solo EP to be released fall of 2019.